Vadnais Heights Welcomes Home Olympic Hockey SistersSisters Marissa and Hannah Brandt grew up in Vadnais Heights, but played for two different teams in the Olympics in Pyeongchang.
Wild Pre-Game Party Canceled Because Of RainThe Wild have now made the Stanley Cup Playoffs for five straight seasons.
The Flow Is Lyrical For 2017 All Hockey Hair TeamOutside of Minnesota, the state hockey tournament is known for one thing: amazing hair.
Good Question: How Does The 'X' Change Out Ice So Fast?"We will hopefully have two more logo changes," the ice operations manager said. "The Stanley Cup playoffs and the Stanley Cup championship."
All Eyes On St. Thomas In State High School Hockey TourneyThe Minnesota State High School Hockey Tournament kicks off with Class A quarterfinals. It moves Thursday to Class AA, with one of the hottest teams coming in: St. Thomas Academy.
Wild GM On Arizona Trade: 'We Are Taking A Swing'The team sent three draft picks and a minor leaguer to Arizona for Martin Hanzal and Ryan White.
'Miracle On Ice' Goalie Auctioning Gold MedalAn iconic piece of U.S. hockey history will soon be for sale. Olympic goaltender Jim Craig is auctioning off a collection of memorabilia from the 1980 "Miracle On Ice" team.
Court Denies NHL Motion To Dismiss Suit Over Head InjuriesA federal judge in Minnesota has denied the NHL's latest attempt to throw out a class-action lawsuit by former players filed over head injuries.
Wayzata Grabs First Boys Hockey TitleLogan Lindstrand scored an unassisted game-winning goal early in the third period and Wayzata rallied to beat Eden Prairie 5-3 Saturday night to win its first Class 2A boys state hockey championship.
Hermantown Shuts Out Breck For Class 1A Hockey TitleRyan Sandelin and Cole Koepke each had a goal and two assists, Luke Olson stopped 23 shots and Hermantown ended a six-year string of title game losses by beating Breck 5-0.
Boys Hockey Class 2A Quarterfinals ResultsHere are the highlights from the second day of the Minnesota boys hockey tournament and the Class 2A quarterfinals.
Wild's Zucker Placed On Injured Reserve Due To ConcussionThe Minnesota Wild have placed forward Jason Zucker on injured reserve because of a concussion. The move was made Wednesday, when the Wild recalled forward Jordan Schroeder from their AHL affiliate to take Zucker's roster spot. He'll miss at least the next two games.